Mackinaw

Definition of Mackinaw

Mack´i`naw
1.A flat-bottomed boat with a pointed prow and square stern, using oars or sails or both, used esp. on the upper Great Lakes and their tributaries.
1.A short, heavy, double-breasted plaid coat, the design of which is large and striking.

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coat, Mackinaw coat
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